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‘A People’s Europe’ (1973–1992)

  • Stefanie Pukallus
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Abstract

With the end of the Yom Kippur War and the European Community’s first common statement on a matter of foreign policy in 1973, the European Community became confident enough to move towards a political democratic union. Soon the second representation of European citizenship, ‘A People’s Europe’, emerged. It was a form of political-federal European citizenship which ascribed special political rights such as voting rights to the European citizen. It was also during this time that the European Community turned to the use of political-federal symbols similar to those of a nation-state that marked the European ‘homeland’ and introduced specifically European cultural events.

Keywords

Public Communication Maastricht Treaty Cultural Policy European Citizen Direct Election 
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